Paddon forced to back track after suggestive 2019 tweet
- 2nd October 2018, 10:16am
It instantly grabbed the interest of rally fans around the world, who read it as confirmation that he'd remain with Hyundai in 2019. Paddon, however, was quick to clarify the situation, adding "Discussions yet to take place here in Europe about our WRC future".
FREIGHT FREE: For a limited time, free NZ freight on all our merchandise in store. As our range will remain unchanged for 2019 means it won’t go out of date and you will look great! See all at https://t.co/u2eIUAgsTs pic.twitter.com/VsgLLL9LDV— Hayden Paddon (@HaydenPaddon) October 1, 2018
With plenty of seats still left to fill in WRC teams for next year, it's an intriguing proposition for Paddon. Will he end up with another team, or does his link with Hyundai in New Zealand mean he's going to be left with only one option? It promises to be an interesting few weeks.
Hi mate - sorry not the case, it’s more based around our NZ team and sponsors. Discussions yet to take place here in Europe about our WRC future. https://t.co/uUzRTwICFI— Hayden Paddon (@HaydenPaddon) October 1, 2018
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